Here Was UCF QB Dillon Gabriel's Reaction To Josh Heupel Leaving For Tennessee
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Tennessee has hired UCF’s Josh Heupel as their next head football coach. Heupel's QB, Dillon Gabriel, looks to have found out the news like the rest of us, via the internet Wednesday morning... He doesn't seem too happy about the move.

(The Spun)
Filed Under: Tennessee Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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He did the same thing at mizzou
Reply1 month
Please respect his decision. Handsemoji.jpg
Reply1 month
Another argument for the 1 free transfer to anywhere for the players. Coaches leave when they want to and geaux wherever they choose to. So let the kids do the same. We all need a do over once in a while.
Reply1 month
Those 'championship rings' were made of fool's gold!
Reply1 month
Awe, I'm sorry , baby boy. Daddy went out for a pack of cigs and is supposed to be right back.
Reply1 month
shite athletic program. Involuntary manslaughter...coaches that are fired/hired almost entirely based on race by a former AD...a fake "national championship"... Yet this kid is surprised that a coach in that program would do this to the whole team. Talk about naive. :lol:
Reply1 month
Sounds like Gabriel needs to toughen up. Stuff like this happens all the time in the real world.
Reply1 month
Yet fans go crazy when a player in the transfer portal lol
Reply1 month
That is why I am all for the Transfer Portal. Everyone chose their own happiness for new opportunities. If a coach can leave after signing date with no repercussions, so can an athlete. Coaches have been doing that shite to schools and kids for decades.
Reply1 month
Players need to get paid too while we at it. frick this free education bull shite as if that is payment enough for making the school millions of dollars.
1 month
@KickPuncher I have no sympathy for a kid getting a free education at a university. You know what’s going to make those kids money in the long run? Their college education, that they got for free. Only 1% of professional athletes make enough money in their pro careers to actually live out the rest of their lives. Not to mention these kids have access to top of the line facilities and are practically gods on campus.
1 month
Athletes can leave and go to another school. He can transfer to Tennessee if he wishes. But I'm all for making kids sit out a year so college football offseason isn't turned into free agency.
1 month
Lane Kiffin 2.0
Reply1 month
Business? Yes. Shitty thing to do? Yes.
Reply1 month
This will be a good thing for UCF and bad for Tennessee. Heupel has never proven to be a very good coach and UCF took a big step back under his coaching. UCF will miss Danny White more than Heupel.
Reply1 month
Will they though, I mean he seems pretty attached to Heupel, now UCF is rid of both of them and they have 6 million dollars in buyouts to spend.
1 month
It's business.
Reply1 month
He should fit in very well at Tenn.
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